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Legal Skills

Legal Skills (8th edn)

Emily Finch and Stefan Fafinski
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date: 23 May 2024

p. 1708. Books, journals, and official publicationslocked

p. 1708. Books, journals, and official publicationslocked

  • Emily Finch
  •  and Stefan Fafinski


This chapter describes the role of books (student textbooks, cases and materials books, monographs, practitioners’ books, legal encyclopaedias and digests, dictionaries, revision guides), journals (general journals, specialist journals, practitioner journals, foreign journals), and official publications (Command Papers, bills, parliamentary papers, parliamentary debates, Law Commission reports) among the secondary sources which may be encountered during legal studies.

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